Filming on Jackson Ave on Friday
We will be filming scenes in at 1410 Jackson Avenue on Friday Mar 2, 2018 instead of today, February 23. We thank you for the opportunity to film in your neighborhood. We realize that you may have had a great deal of filming in the past and that it can sometimes be a nuisance. We would like to make this a positive experience for you. Our main company will move in and begin filming in the area from approximately 7am-10pm. On the day of filming our crew parking and base camp will be situated in private lots to minimize our impact in the area. All driveways and handicap zones will be respected. We work closely with Film New Orleans to help ensure that we adhere to the standards they have set forth. We will have police on hand as well as security throughout this process. If you have any specific parking concerns, contact us as soon as possible with any special needs so that we might come up with some creative solutions to address said concerns. If you have any loud construction work or large deliveries scheduled for the day in question, please let us know in advance so we can accommodate your needs.
ALL CARS PARKED IN NO PARKING ZONES WILL BE TOWED TO THE IMPOUND LOT. PER THE CITY ATTORNEY WE CAN NO LONGERRELOCATE CARS WITHOUT IMPOUNDING THEM.
Parking will be affected on the following streets from 12:01am to 11:59pm on
Tuesday Feb 27 to Monday Mar 5, 2018 (EXCLUDING WEEKENDS):
Both sides 2200 Block of Coliseum St- Prep/Wrap Parking
Parking will also be affected on the following streets from 12:01am to 11:59pm on Friday Mar 2, 2018:
Both sides 1300-1400 Blocks of Jackson Ave- Clear for Picture
Both sides 2200 Block of Coliseum St- Clear for Picture
Riverside 2200-2300 Blocks of Prytania St- Work Truck Parking
There will also be ITC (Intermittent Traffic Control) between the hours of 7am and 10pm at the intersections of Jackson Ave and Chestnut St, Jackson Ave and Prytania St, Coliseum St and Jackson Ave, and Coliseum St and Philip St on Friday Mar 2, 2018.
We endeavor to make this as pleasant an experience as possible as the key to continuing Louisiana’s role as a premier filming destination is community involvement and support. The film industry creates a wealth of local jobs and opportunities in communities across Louisiana. We are excited to play a part in this growth and productivity. We are looking forward to our upcoming work in the neighborhood. We thank you so much for your hospitality & patience. Do not hesitate to contact us at any time with whatever questions.
Asst. Location Manager